StoryStorm Elements of storytelling frequently appear in research, from the germ of new project ideas, and the creation of hypotheses, to development through design processes, and towards new products and services. We also use storytelling for communication of our work, to peers, end users, the wider public and organisations. These stories appear in many guises, navigating tradition forms of writing, practice and critical enquiry, and creating wholly different experiences accessible in a new era of distribution. This one-day workshop will identify and map the range of conscious and unconscious storytelling tools adopted in all stages of research, including design processes (e.g. Personas and Scenarios, Forum Theatre, and Design Fictions) and artifacts (e.g.
Important Dates March 10nd, 2014: Submissions dueMarch 31st, 2014: Participants notifiedJune 22nd, 2014: Workshop held in Vancouver, Canada The very act of communication is fundamentally an act of storytelling and so the stories we fashion about ourselves to make sense of our life experiences are intrinsically linked to our identity and sense of self (Bruner, 2002), nation, and shape our understanding of the world. Call For Participation - StoryStorm
2014 Festival | Beyond The Border Wales International Storytelling Festival Beyond The Border Wales International Storytelling Festival You are here: Home » 2014 Festival 2014 Festival 4th to 6th July 2014 St Donats Castle, South Wales.
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Peer to Pier: Conversations with fellow travelers I’m pleased to share May’s “Peer to Pier” interview with Donald Smith, Director of the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh. I came across the Centre while meandering down the Royal Mile from Edinburgh Castle at the top of the Castle Rock down to Holyrood Abbey. The Centre is located about halfway between these historic monuments in a building that encompasses Edinburgh’s oldest house, which was once home to Mary Queen of Scots’ Catholic goldsmith and Scotland’s controversial religious icon, John Knox. Donald Smith, 56, is a storyteller, playwright, novelist and performance poet. Born in Glasgow of Irish parents, Donald has worked in theatre and literature in Scotland since the seventies. Interview with Donald Smith, Director of the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh | View from the Pier : Travel, Photography, Discovery
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